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Nov 02,  · in this video i will show how to get more stash space ( more slots) aka making a mule account, for anybody who played diablo 2 you know what this is (and. There is no way you can increase your inventory size in Diablo 3 (But you can buy extra space for your stash). In Diablo 2 you could use some tricks and Wow you could buy larger bags. All item take far less space in your inventory in comparison with Diablo2. Now your items take spaces. May 04,  · D3:RoS – Maximum Stash Tabs You can currently have a total of 3 Stash Pages. There are a total of 5 Stash Tabs on each Page, with 3 Tabs on a third Page. The Pages, if more than one, are accessed by clicking on the Chest icons at the top of your Stash Window.

 

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Mar 08,  · This might already be out there but I think that there should be even more stash space than we see right now. Currently there is additional room with two tabs in the shared stash space that is supposed to replace mule characters. However, now with . Jan 15,  · Only the top couple of rows of stash space are available to a new account (or at the start of a season) and players must purchase more rows in the first Tab, then buy additional tabs via in-game gold. Purchase additional stash tabs. Diablo 3 launched with four stash tabs, which players unlocked by purchasing them with in-game gold. There is no way you can increase your inventory size in Diablo 3 (But you can buy extra space for your stash). In Diablo 2 you could use some tricks and Wow you could buy larger bags. All item take far less space in your inventory in comparison with Diablo2. Now your items take spaces.
 
 
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BDF: Blu-ray Disc work plans for the near future

DVD Forum member companies supporting the Blu-ray Disc Founders (BDF) standard are officially
announced their next steps aimed at promoting this format
as a “next generation optical disc format”.

Hitachi, LG Electronics, Matsushita Electric Industrial, Mitsubishi Electric
Corporation, Pioneer Corporation, Royal Philips Electronics, Samsung Electronics,
Sharp Corporation, Sony Corporation, and Thomson acquire Hewlett-Packard support
and Dell, what could mean a mutual understanding between consumer electronics manufacturers
and IT companies, the coincidence of their requirements and desires.

Also, it’s worth noting that the founders of Blu-ray Disc are currently leading
work on the completion of the list of specifications for the equipment; BD-ROM specifications
(read-only format) developed in collaboration with Hollywood studios,
will be finalized in the near future, and devices that support
this type of media will be on the market by the end of 2021. Work on BD-R (write-once)
will be completed by the middle of this year as regards the BD-RE format (rewritable),
then it will be expanded to meet the proposed additional requirements.

Apparently, the finalization of the formats is an echo of the passions boiling among the representatives
DVD Forum in mid-November last year: Tomi was caused by two competing
format, and some members of the DVD Forum took part in both:
HD-DVD (high-definition DVD) and BD-ROM (Blu-ray Disc ROM). In the development of the first
about 60 companies participated in the development of Blu-ray – only ten, but half
out of this ten he performs in the senior weight category: Sony, Philips, Hitachi,
Sharp and Samsung.

The reason that such passions have risen around the standards of the new generation,
banal and simple: it’s all about the money that can be received for many years
from royalties. And it is no longer possible to delay standardization: the need
in high-capacity optical media is stimulated by the proliferation of video
high quality display (HDTV).

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